Friday, February 28, 2014


It's very wet out in our back yard today.  It's very wet everywhere (which is wonderful.  But yes, I do realize that for anyone reading this in England, my excitement might seem a little strange).  Driving into school, I had to negotiate huge puddles where drains had swelled over into the road, and the whole last stretch of S. Hoover St. towards USC didn't have any working traffic lights - only a few rain coated traffic cops.  Coming back I could hardly see.  A microburst, complete with thunder and lightning, crashed into us whilst we were having dinner, and our street resembled an arroyo. 

If you blow this picture up on your screen, there, sheltering under the chair on the left, you'll see the world's wettest rabbit.

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